just putting this out there in case anyone comes looking for hims -- he must be ours. Is he perhaps, the son of Christian Streit Treutlen? Some folks say there was a Christian Junior, but I don't see a son the right age in the 1820 census to be this guy -- though censuses are so often wrong I can't just cross off the possibility.
CE Treutlen turns up in Macon Co. AL in 1850 -- he was born about 1810 in Georgia, wife Hannah was born about 1816 in Georgia. They moved from Georgia to Alabama between 1838 and 1840, judging by the birthplaces of their children. Someone on the web posted a query about a Major CE Treutlen in Alabama, but with no useful information.
this could be he: Obituary of Christian Treutlen, with no date, from Charleston. :
"The pall of death suddenly fell upon the form of Maj. C. E. Treutlen, in this city, at the residence of Dr. H. M. Cleckley, on the first day of May
HM Cleckley, whose mother was Margaret Ann Treutlen, had lived in Macon Co. AL in 1850 also. Cleckley was still in Alabama in 1860 and in Charleston by 1870, so this CE had to have died after 1860.
1850 AL, Macon Dist 21
C E Treutlen 40 farmer $800 b. GA [born about 1810]
Hannah 34 b. SC
William 16 b. GA
Eliza 14 b. GA
Sarah 12 b. GA
James 10 b. AL
Amanda 8 b.AL
Virginia 4 b. AL
Edward 2 b AL
I canít find them in the 1860 census.
presumably he became a Major in the War, but I donít find him, of course, on Ancestry
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